The current foreign policy of Ethiopia, namely “The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Foreign Affairs and National Security Policy and Strategy” was introduced in 2002. The Ethiopia is in a critical stage in reforming its Foreign policy. The foreign policy of Ethiopia has set various strategies in implementing the core objectives of the external relations. After the introduction of the foreign policy document in 2002, many international changes have been noticed. However, the foreign policy document was not revised until now. Ethiopia has been a key partner for the European Union, with a long-standing partnership dating back over 40 years. EU being the largest donor in terms of aid volume, it is clearly not a single or coherent actor. The new draft foreign policy of Ethiopia towards EU categorized in different cooperation’s thematic areas like; economic cooperation, migration and refugees, peace and security the main focus areas of the new foreign policy towards EU.
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Zelelew, Belayneh. "Ethiopia's Foreign Relations Polices towards European Union" Afribary.com (2020). Accessed January 27, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/ethiopias-foreign-relations-polices-towards-european-union